The toy train, a big attraction for tourists visiting the picturesque Matheran hill station near here, has once again resumed its journey after being halted for over one year following a couple of mishaps.
The services of the 110-year-old toy train, synonymous with the tourist spot located in the Western Ghats of the neighbouring Raigad district, were suspended in May last year following two incidents of derailments that month.
“The Central Railway (CR) has resumed the toy train services between Aman lodge and Matheran hill station this morning. It received a tremendous response from locals,” CR’s Chief PRO Sunil Udasi said.
“We are hopeful that the toy train services on the (complete) 21-km hilly stretch of Aman Lodge to Neral would start as soon as possible,” Udasi said. Read More…
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